The mountain rises above the Central Asian town of Kadamzhay and is called Kitovka in Russian. The mountain was dubbed Kitovka by Russian settlers in the second half of the 20th century, when Kyrgyzstan was part of the USSR.
The sun sets on the opposite side of Mt Kitovka.
Usually most people in Russia are joyless and sullen, except when they are a bit tight or drunk 😀 . Just like this man for example, who was photographed by my little nephew in the midsummer this year.
This is Big Dmitrovka Street in Moscow (Bolshaya Dmitrovka in Russian). It was photographed on the 9th of May this year by my junior brother. As you probably know, V-Day is celebrated this day every year in Russia.
Big Dmitrovka Street in Moscow
The next photo was also made somewhere in the center of Moscow the same day:
Moscow citizens celebrate V-Day
These policemen were photographed by my junior brother in Moscow this year. The policemen are preparing for the annual V-Day parade.
Every year in the middle of summer some fragrant yellow flowers appear around our country house. This year they started to blossom too. I don’t know what their name is, but these flowers smell very nicely. If anyone recognizes the flower – please leave a comment telling what the pleasant flower is called.
Last night I set a tripod in the field between our house and the river, which flows by our place. The Moon was shining bright, I photographed it and here you can see what came out of it.